Whether you've just moved into your first house, you're working in or visiting the UK for a short term, or perhaps awaiting your furniture to arrive from overseas – there's every chance you may need some temporary furniture. Perhaps you're kitting out a show house, or even looking to revamp your own home's décor for a quick sale - Bradbeers Furniture Rentals can help. We specialise in providing furniture of the highest quality all over England, with a wide range available for you to choose from – for homes of any style, from modern to traditional.
We hire household furniture to private and corporate clients throughout England. We can also rent furnishings, lamps, pictures, linen, kitchen appliances, audio, TVs, video equipment, and more as part of a furnishing package.
We work hard to ensure that your furnishing project is as painless as possible – moving house can be stressful enough, after all! We have a long history of providing comprehensive services to our clients, and we pride ourselves on our efficiency. We can offer you a quote for your furniture on a same-day basis, and we deliver the goods within days.
We also make it a priority to improve our green credentials wherever possible. Any retired furniture, which we no longer offer for hire, we donate to Scratch, our local charity, who work tirelessly to benefit those living in hardship and poverty in Southampton and the surrounding area.
Clients we have worked with in the past have included the BBC, Honda, BAE, TK Maxx and the American & Australian Embassy. For some of the positive feedback that these clients and more have offered, you can visit our Feedback page.
Our furniture rental prices are very competitive, with a price-match pledge. The resources of our long-established parent company include department stores and a removals business, enabling our furniture rental department to offer a wide range of items for hire, and our own fleet of vehicles with trained crews for deliveries.
We are Members of AIS, who are the largest independant non-food-buying group in the country, with a £1.7 billion turnover - of which 50% is generated by furniture.